What We Learned: NFL Week 11
New York Jets – Sanchez can’t complete a pass if his first option isn’t open, the defense can’t stop a quarterback who they know is going to run, and Rex Ryan is cursing at fans. Jets are in big trouble.
New England Patriots – Despite the revolving door in the secondary the defense continues to progress.
Buffalo Bills – Fitzpatrick and the Bills are 0-4 since his contract extension.
Miami Dolphins – 3 in a row. Told you the Fins weren’t as bad as their record said they were.
Denver Broncos – Just another 4th quarter drive by Tim Tebow for another Broncos victory.
Kansas City Chiefs – Tyler Palko might rhyme with Shane Falco but that’s where the similarities end.
Oakland Raiders – Palmer is rounding into form and Michael Bush is making Raiders fans forget about Run-DMC.
San Diego Chargers – 5 game losing streak, indescribable.
Baltimore Ravens – See what happens when Ray Rice gets 20 carries and Flacco only throws 27 times.
Pittsburgh Steelers – Bye week.
Cleveland Browns – Nice win against the Jaguars despite a ton of penalties and a few botched snaps.
Cincinnati Bengals – Back to back losses against the Ravens and Steelers and the schedule only gets tougher.
Houston Texans – Bye week.
Indianapolis Colts – Bye week.
Tennessee Titans – Another non-existent day from Chris Johnson, but rookie quarterback Jake Locker impressed in relief of Hasselbeck.
Jacksonville Jaguars – Gabbert still doesn’t look comfortable.
New York Giants – Inexcusable loss to the Vick-less Eagles. Here comes another second half collapse.
Dallas Cowboys – Tied atop the NFC East after a near letdown against the Redskins.
Philadelphia Eagles – Great win against divisional rival Giants, but they still need a ton of help to make the playoffs.
Washington Redskins – Grossman is back under center, unfortunately.
San Francisco 49ers – Another beatdown as the defense was all over the field.
St. Louis Rams – Another disappointing loss at home.
Arizona Cardinals – They’re a mess on offense.
Seattle Seahawks – Marshawn Lynch has been the workhorse.
Chicago Bears – Hanie takes over for the injured Cutler, panic time? Not so fast, the defense, special teams, and Matt Forte should be enough to get them 3 more wins and into the playoffs.
Green Bay Packers – The Bucs gave them a scare but A-Rodg pulled it out in the end.
Detroit Lions – A great comeback jolted by Stafford’s 5 touchdown passes.
Minnesota Vikings – 4th quarter rally falls short and to make things worse, AP got hurt.
Atlanta Falcons – Got a much-needed win against the Titans but have to start finding a way to win within the division.
New Orleans Saints – Bye week.
Tampa Bay Bucs – LeGarrette Blount almost single-handedly slayed the unbeaten Packers but fell short as Freeman continues to regress.
Carolina Panthers – Blew a second half lead to squander what would have been a great road victory.